- WSL / Ed Sloane

The perfect combination of swell size, period, direction and the sand at Kirra saw the famous point break about as good as it gets over the past few days.

While "best ever" is too big of a call to make, there's no doubting it was a textbook day, with some lucky surfers clocking up some serious tube time.

Amongst it was one of Australia's best up-and-coming surfers, and the winner of the recent Oakberry Tweed Coast Pro, Molly Picklum.

Picklum is proving once again that she's going to be a serious threat on the Tour one day soon; she's got a grab-bag of tricks when it comes to airs, and is charging some serious waves. It might break on sand, but when it gets this big, and this good, Kirra is no joke.

You know the names synonymous with Kirra such as Joel Parkinson, Dean Morrison and Mick Fanningwere out there making the most of it, as well as anyone else who could scratch into one of these drainers.

The waves have been compared to the quality of the original superbank swells of the early 2000s, and regardless of your take on where this event stacks up in the cannon of epic Kirra days, there's no denying it was a very special occasion.

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